The Speed ​​boats, Jet ski and Motorsports Committee at Sharjah International Marine Sports Club held its first meeting chaired by Hassan Al Zaabi, member of the club’s board of directors and chairman of the committee, and in the presence of Ahmed Al Hosani, Executive Director of the club, Dr. Muhammad Abdulazim, advisor for strategic planning and institutional excellence, and the formula player Manea Al Marzooqi, and each of the two members, Muhammad Al Saadi, Ayed Abdullah Muhammad Al Raisi, and Heba Shalaby, the reporter.
Hassan Al-Zaabi welcomed the members of the committee, and conveyed to them the greetings and wishes of Khalid Jassim Al Midfa, Chairman of the Club’s Board of Directors and his colleagues, members of the Council. He also conveyed to them the Council’s wishes for success in their mission, on which the club relies on many hopes and achieving the desired ambitions.
Al Zaabi considered the Speed boating and Jet Ski Committee and motorsport in general to be one of the most important committees due to the tasks it contains, the most important of which are participation and hosting for the conclusion of the two world speedboat championships of various categories, and the World Aqua Bike Championship for water bikes that are held annually in Khalid Lake in Sharjah, in addition to the participation of the club’s champions and stars in many races and championships locally and internationally throughout the year.
Al Zaabi specified the importance of the committee’s role in spreading motorsports at the level of a large sector of young people and young people and training them to practice this kind of exciting and distinctive sport, given its great importance, both at the level of competitions or at the level of commercial and tourism promotion of the emirate.
During the meeting, the decree of establishing the club was reviewed, the committee’s terms of reference, future plans and assignments received from the board of directors were determined. The meeting also discussed the members ’plans and ideas on the necessity of spreading fast motorsport of all kinds.

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